The Lynn Valley Trail is an 8 km trail connecting the southern Ontario towns of Simcoe and Port Dover. People using this trail can hike, bike or cross-country ski through a part of the Carolinian forest region.
The trail has many types of plants and wildlife that can be enjoyed by all. Hikers are asked to observe the following rules: No motorized vehicles, hike only on the trail, do not climb fences or gates, respect the privacy of people living along the trail, keep dogs on a leash, no camping or fires, protect and do not disturb wildlife.
Do not disturb farm animals, use trail during the day only and leave nothing but thanks and take nothing but photographs!
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Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.
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